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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1976, High Point, North Carolina2b High Point Enterprise monday August 2, 1976 and funerals death claims c. B. Ellington mrs. Brockmann is 59 mrs. Maria Butler Brockmann 76, of the presbyterian Home died there at . Sunday. She had been in declining health for 18 months. Mrs. Brockmann was born june 4.1900 in Bristol tenn., a daughter of Charles Saint John and Maria Nordquist Butler. She attended ran Dolph Macon College Lynchburg va., and was married March 6, 1922 to or. Harry Lyndon Brockmann. He died june 27, 1971. A Resi Dent of High Point for 53 years she was a member of the Junior league Canter Bury club. Daughters of the american revolution and daughters of the confederacy. She was a member of the first presbyterian Church. Surviving Are one daughter mrs. Elizabeth Miller of 4807 Vickrey Chapel rd., Jamestown three sons Charles Butler Brockmann of Nashville tenn., or. John l. Brockmann of 208 Shadow Valley Road and or. Henry Caruthers Brockmann of Kansas City. To. 11 grand children and one sister mrs. Martha Butler of Gutenburg Sweden. Funeral will be 2 . Tuesday in Sechrest Chapel by the Rev. William p. Price and Rev. K. M. Misenheimer. Burial will be in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. The body will re main at the Sechrest funeral Home and the family will be at the Home of or. Brockmann 208 Shadow Valley Road and the daughter mrs. Miller 4807 Vickrey Chapel Road. The family requests that any memorials be directed to the presbyterian Home nerius Michael Lowe Asheboro nerius Michael Mike Lowe 13, of Winterhaven fla., died saturday following a period of declining health. Surviving Are parents mrs Elaine Hopkins Lowe of Winterhaven and n. F. Pete Lowe of route 5 sister. Angle Lowe of the Home grandparents or. And mrs. N. M. Lowe of route 5 and or. And mrs j. R Hopkins of Franklinville and great Grandfather Worth Lowe of route 5. Funeral will be 11 . Wednesday at Pugh funeral Home Chapel with burial in the science Hill friends meeting cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday 7 to 9. 102 Chestnut Point 885-5045 206 Erindale 431-9124 incomplete or. Charles Beckett Ellington mortuary member the order of the Golcon Rule North main at Farriss Avenue 885-5049 Harold c. Davis member preferred funeral International Charles Rickelt Ellington 59, of 804 Wall St., Archdale died sunday evening in the High Point memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health for a year and in critical condition for three weeks. Charles Ellington or. Ellington was born nov. 14, 1916 in Guilford county the son of Willard w. And Annie royals Ellington. A resident of the High Point area most of his life he was the owner and operator of Ellington s Florist and a member of the Springfield friends meeting and of the John j. Blair sunday school class. He was a world War ii Veteran having served in the u. S. Army As a glider Pilot. He helped organize the National world War ii glider Pilot s Assn. And was also the first commander of the organization which had its Headquarters in Dallas. Tex. Or Ellington was also a Veteran of the korean War serving from 1950-52. He was a member of the v. F. W. Post 619 where he served As a past commander of the american legions 206 and 87 and of the Elkes Lodge 1155. On june 27, 1941, he married the former miss Lucille Darr who survives him survivors in addition to his wife include three daughters. Mrs. Jerry Tommie Hughes of Archdale and mrs. Shirley Pendry and mrs. Dean Vickie Ruth both of High Point one brother Willard w Ellington of High Point two Sisters mrs. Bill Lena Nance of Thomasville and mrs. Nell White of High Point and five grandchildren. Funeral will be 3 . Tuesday at the Springfield friends meeting by the Rev. Robert m. Rees. Burial will be in. The Springfield cemetery. The body will re main at the Cumby mortuary until 30 minutes prior to the funeral service. The family will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9 and at the Home 804 Wall St Hutchins rites set wednesday mrs. Emma Moody Hutchins 79. Of 209 e. Lex i Egton at High j Point memorial Hospital to i Day at 4.30 . Following several weeks illness. She was born sept. In Walhalla. S.c., a daughter of John m. And Annie Morton Moody she was married to Jerome n. Hutchins who died feb. 12, 1963. She was a member of the Lebanon United methodist Church and of the United methodist women surviving Are a step son j. W. Hutchins of 506 Clover drive four step daughters mrs. J. E. Viola Briggs of Baltimore. My. Mrs. R. L. Vada Chancy of Baltimore. My. Mrs. R. C. Ruth Welch of 302 Ridgecrest drive and mrs. R. B. Louise Corn Well of Randleman and two Sisters mrs. Irene Newman of 514 Clover drive and mrs. Kate Harrison of Charlotte funeral will be 2 . Wednesday in the Harold c. Davis funeral Chapel by the Rev. D. Bryce Parker. Burial will follow in Oakwood memorial Park cemetery. The family will be at the funeral Home tuesday 7 to 9 . Monday mrs. Carrie Agner Fields Mam Hasly Baptist Church incomplete mrs. Emma m. Hutchins i since 1897 Sechrest service 1301 e Lexington ave 882-2555 885-2145 a clonal ski Furto Aoi Loans tues01y mrs. Maria duller Brockmann pm Schreil Anapol miss Geneva Heilig Greensboro miss Geneva Heilig 51, of 1606 Cobb St. Died sunday at her Home. 1 she was a native of ran Dolph county and a former resident of it. 1, Staley surviving Are three Sisters mrs. Mary Caviness and mrs. Fern both of Siler City and mrs. Ruby Permar of Greensboro and brother Leo Heilig of it. 1, Staley. Funeral will be 4 . Tuesday at Shady Grove Baptist Church where she was a member by the Rev. Steve Chancey and the Rev. Charles Miller. The family will be at the Loflin funeral Home in Liberty tonight 7 to 9. Mrs. Esther a. Lovett Asheboro mrs. Esther Auman Lovett 92, of 233 Worth St. Died saturday at the Randolph nursing and convalescent Center. Surviving Are two Sisters mrs. Irvin n. Cox of Charlotte and mrs. W. F. Thompson of Houston Tex. Funeral will be 4 . To Day at the first United methodist Church by the Rev. Donald Haynes and the Rev. Phil Robinson. Burial will be in the Asheboro City cemetery. The body is at Pugh funeral Home. Luther b. Hill or. Concord Luther Bennett Hill sr., 67, of route 6 died sunday afternoon in Cabarrus memorial Hospital. Surviving Are two sons Luther Bennett Hill or. Of High Point and Donald h. Hill of Concord. Funeral will be 4 . Tuesday at Roberta methodist Church. The family will be at Hartsell funeral Home tonight 7 to 9. Residents from Page in Ford area to be placed near the intersection of Green Road and Friendship Ledford Road two boxes for the shut amount area to he placed near the intersection of the Southern Railroad and n. C. 8 one Box to be placed about six Miles South of Denton and one Box to be placed in the Fairgrove Pilot Community near the proposed route for 1-85, police from Page 2b ing the scene of an Accident. Guilford county sheriff s deputies said that burglars pried open a door to a storage room at Powell s Airport Mobile on Highway 68 at 1-40 and removed Over in Cash. John Daniel Loflin of Clove Brook drive in Jamestown said that a spare tire was stolen off his vehicle parked at Home and Mary g. Logan of tangle drive in Jamestown said that a spare tire was stolen off her vehicle parked at Jamestown shopping Center. Vandals drove a Golf cart on a Green at Sumner Hills Golf course causing an estimated damage. Realty transfers High Point township John d Amie or with to David t Ruter wife lots e l bin Nurt Cox farm Dana e Prugle to Interior design factory inc unit Etc five Park july Jamestown township Alice l Brown to Harold h Hill Wile lots Penney s Heights Curlis l. Loser j. Wite to William m Hall 1 wife lot Ridgecrest develop men High Point township steel Crete inc to Gilbert l Gates or. Lots. Steel Crete property e e. Youngs inc to salvation army lot Wendover Hilts e d Varner s. Wile to Jerry w. Bare f. Wile lots Dulk 8. Mann subdivision Lang co to George p Clarkjr. Property. Rotary drive Grady Bottoms 8. Wile to Robert w Brown 1 wife lot Fiel Crest subdivision Westminster co to Russell t Wecker s. Wile lot Fox Wood Meadows William p Shoal i Wile to Robert l. Fowler property. Council is Rowland f. Williams or to Barbara b Williams lots e h. C Fields sub division july High Point township David a Arthur Wile to Pauline j Kayser. Unit Easl Chusler Village con Dominium James m daggers Wile to Curtis w Doss 4 Wile lot Mon Lheu Lexington ave properly Garland a Blair 4 Wile to g. Kenneth Mcdowell Wile lot. Oakview estate t r Galloway properly Emerywood Forest North co Etal to Fred l Picklesimer Wile lots Emerywood Forest North Rory cart Ruden trustee Etal to David l Maynard. Properly 117 North main is Thos w apr male to. Etal. To Perpe Ual savings 4 loan Assn properly. Bland Wood is w c Albright Wile to Eugene j Montgomeryjr Wile lot Sofiia g Neal property l Fred wow less to Christine b. Knee less. Property. Old Winston re. Deep River town ship z. 1 Strider really s. Construction corp to Robert Baber i Wile lot. Fairway estates Harry e 3chult Wile to James e Milliard Wile. 168 acres july High Point township Thomas a. Chandler Wile to c c la Niter Wile lot. Picket Cotton Mills property Joseph Alford Wile to Glenn Hedgecock builders inc. Properly. North St l. W. Wife to Margie Mclamb total. Lots. Brentwood us Boll Stephen m. Weill Wile to David m. Miller wife lot Feldstone subdivision Orrell s funeral Home phone 431-1119 Complete Funterol service with Melon starting at s885.00. I 6 Board names Reever by Jim Hawkins Enterprise staff writer Greensboro the Guilford county Board of commissioners today appointed Clarence Keever of High Point to the Greensboro High Point air port authority. Keever president of the patrician furniture co. And former president of the chamber of Commerce will fill out the unexpired term of Paul Ingle who recently died. Approval of the appoint Merit to the term ending april 1977, came on a 4-0 vote with commissioner Richard Maxwell absent. In other action com missioners approved the 1976-77 secondary Road program calling for Alloca Tion of for work on secondary roads in Guilford county following a presenta Tion by John Watkins District Engineer. The program includes for the on going Pav ing program under which residents pay one half the costs of Asphalt paving and for improvement of existing Rural roads. The program includes 000 for improvement of Wall Road or 1132 for one mile. Wall Road is immediately East of High Point. Watkins told com missioners that the dept. Of transportation has already approved for paving approximately and that paving projects totalling 600 Are awaiting approval. Commission chairman Gaston Faison said Guilford county citizens Are Happy and that Guilford county is Happy with the paving program. Fire alarms prove false High Point City firemen responded to two Calls Sun Day morning which turned out to be malicious false alarms. One alarm was sounded at 1.15 . From a pull station inside the Holiday inn Down town and the other came from a Box at Ingram and elder roads at . The Only other Call was at 9-09 . To 240 Mon lieu ave. When a child reportedly was playing with matches set a Small fire on the front porch. There no damage state funds sought far juvenile programs at the juvenile Justice for the youth leadership seminar today in Green Sboro state senator Kathy Sebo urged the diversion of state funds allocated for juvenile Justice systems into Community controlled programs. Young people in trouble need said the democratic candidate seek ing re election As slate senator. We need to make a commitment Here in North Carolina to Transfer of the in effective system of juvenile Justice we now have into a genuinely Community based network of programs for Young people and we need to mobilize massive state Finan Cial support to bring about this last year the general Assembly passed a House Bill 456 which set up a time schedule for the development of Community based alter natives to training school is. Sebo said. The schedule called for the preparation of needs assessments at the county level during this year. This will help us to know just what types of problems Young people Are having in each is. Sebo said so that next year specific programs can be worked out. In fact Many of these programs Are already Ste Mcm employees go out on strike by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro workers at Stamen manufacturing co. Boy injured when car strikes Bike Steven Ray Jones 14, of s Elm Street was treated and then released from High Point memorial Hospital sunday after his bicycle was hit by a car about . On Juanita Street at Ann More Circle. High Point police said the boy Rode his bicycle into the path of a car driven by Gail Leonard Jones of Shady Valley Road. No charges were lodged. Rachelle Kintner of Dallas Avenue passenger in a car driven by Nicholas Donald Kintner. 17, of Dallas was treated and then released following a wreck at . Sunday on Johnson Street at e Farriss Avenue. The other Driver Virginia Smith Tannery of Winston Salem. Was charged with a Safe movement violation. Juliette Graham Massey of o Neill Street was treated and released after her motor Cycle and a car driven by Leo Vestal 61, of Garrison Street collided at . On o Neill at Twain Street. Garrison was charged with failing to yield the right of was. They la do it every time which dilemma to have the 80y Friend hot notice your new hair to Tam a1c a co to you hair you a Lighta go Back 3 Pouf Olp elect High Pointer i Mark Mcdaniel fighting for the electrical users of North Carolina a. High Point business Man Eider at Community in Christ Church Young men of America or award 1975 76 chairman of state s a largest citizen s group electric rate Reform party w . House of representatives attention if you have been Down for life or Hospital and Art interested in having Good coverage tend for information now. Low con covered. Name age Andrt Tel. Cit cd. On. Life a d Emerywood insurance Assoc . Box 151 Jamestown n. C. 27282 beit to Call am. In Asheboro went on strike sunday night at the firm s Industrial Park Plant. This follows company announce ment last week that it was going to give the Asheboro Randolph Myca a gift of for its fund drive. Workers on strike say the Myca gift is the Straw that broke the Camel s a strike spokesman said the y gift brought out sunday s response since workers have gone the past four years without salary increases. The spokesman said most of the 80 employees who Are non Union at the Plant Are involved in the strike. He said the main grievance centers on the fact the company has failed to give raises except for five and dime raises to fixers. They complain also that they get no paid holidays and there is no air condition ing m the Plant they said further that restroom facilities Are filthy and a janitor who quit several weeks ago has not been replaced. Being is. Sebo cited the in school suspension program at Jackson Junior High school in Greensboro new group Homes in Asheboro and Raleigh and an oceanography program in Wrightsville Beach As examples of some new instituted programs. The House Bill also set up a technical advisory com Mittee to coordinate information on these various programs and to help each Community develop plans to fit their needs. The Bill also provides for the end of committing undisciplined children to the state s training schools As of july 1, 1977, according to is. Sebo. In May of this year the general Assembly appropriated As Matching funds for Federal Grants to Community based programs for juveniles is. Sebo said but she added this is Only the beginning. We Are Only beginning to shift juveniles from state institutions to Community programs. We Are Only beginning to bring about the combination of state Finan Cial support and local initiative which we so urgently but she said we Are on the Way and it can be Randolph schools set fees by Don Wrenn Enterprise staff writer Asheboro fee schedules and lunch charges for Randolph county schools during the upcoming 1976-77 school year were approved by the Randolph county Board of education at its regular August session. No increases Are included in the new schedules. Lunch prices will be As follows grades 1-8, 45 cents grades 9-12, 50 cents and adults 60 cents. Fee schedules As approved monday include the following elementary grades 1-8, secondary grades 9-12, typing grades 9-12, physical education 9-12, Art 9-12, music choral and in Strumental science 9 12, and Scholastic Acci Dent insurance per year. In other action the Board approved the following hours for the operation of county schools during the coming year elementary schools will open each morning at and dismiss at . The Middle and High schools will open at . And end at . The Board is expected to open bids on ice Cream milk and other milk products used by the county schools at 2 . Today. Correction the Drivers of two of three vehicles involved in a wreck thursday on s. Main Street were incorrectly reversed in an account of the wreck in the Enterprise. The Story should have said that a vehicle driven by Jerry Lee Gregory. 19, of Phillips Street allegedly ran a car driven by Fred Ray mond Byrdjr. 33, of route 3 off the Roadway and into a service station parking lot. Where it struck the car of Paul Blankenship 60, of Wise avens while the vehicle was getting gasoline. Read the Enterprise classified ads homeowners Iff you can repay just monthly you could qualify for a As a Homeowner you re a responsible citizen a Good credit Prospect. That s Why we want to loan you As much As More for any purpose. You get a lot of Money right now with payments we make comfortable for you. Phone today find out just How much you could qualify for and just How Little your monthly payments could be. A Kif m of America mortgage and loan company South of Southern Chrysler Plymouth 1003 South Moin Street Frank Beasley mgr. Phone 882-3381 based on 72 monthly payments. Total of payments 15.66% annual percentage rate. Loans and financing to e7 194 television 2 d my r Lynli. Station 9 Charlotte a Btu Charlotle 8 to Ftp. He Fth Point 12 Xii. Hon Hon Kalpa today s evening programs pm 2 Channel 2 news 3 scene tonight t zoom eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 lbs news 4 Carrasco Endas 8 Abc news Abc news 2 great movie cow boys 3 democratic gubernatorial candidates 4 governor s race democrats 8 monday night movie 9 Cross wits 12 forum for democratic gubernatorial candidates 9 wild wild world of animals Rnoda 4 grand prix Tennis 9 comedy theatre 12 let s go to the races Phyllis 6 monday night baseball 12 to Tell the truth All in the family Joe Forrester Maude medical Center Jigsaw John 2 night beat 3 scene tonight eyewitness news 12 news enter 12 lbs late movie 8 monday night special tonight show 8 eyewitness news tomorrow show

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